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Problem with C# program

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  1. abkraj

    abkraj New Member

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    C# program that will act as a simple calculator. The
    calculator will be run from the command line and will only work with integer numbers and
    the following arithmetic operators + - * / % and it also must work with unary operators......i have the code working for +,-,*/,% operators........could someone help me out by providing the logic to implement unary operators +,-.......
     
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    Simply, you need a parameter of string, the string input from command line may like "a+b". After getting this string, you have to split it into operands (a and b in the Ex) and operator (+ in the Ex), check if operands are integers and operator is one of the supported operators (+,-,*,:,%). If there is an error, print out that error and exit. The user has to run your app from command line again until he input a proper parameter.
    Hope that help !
     
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